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The craziness we call life

It’s been a few weeks since I’ve posted anything of matter… it’s been the craziness we call life. Rooster and Oldest have been hunting and got a doe Sunday night. Currently they are skinning her in the garage. I’ve been trying to take time to get out into the woods as well, and be a […]

Pressure…

The pressure is on as deer rifle season is coming to a close. The freezer is in desperate need of more venison. The only thing left is probably 8 pounds from the doe oldest got during youth weekend. That being said I am headed out to the woods tomorrow for an evening hunt. My license […]

Killer Rabbits

With the hutch being finished on Friday we were ready to be in the bunny business Saturday morning. Youngest and I woke up, had breakfast and hit the road. Oldest and Rooster had already been in a tree stand for a few hours at that point. We drove an hour and a half to the […]

Adventures in Rabbit Hutch Making…

So we are getting into the business of rabbits. Beautiful Champagne d’Argents! I’m super excited! The first cold night of the season I had made rabbit stew and I was hooked. I had to have fresh, home grown rabbit rather than the store bought variety that probably came from China. Yesterday, on a cold, windy […]

The Last of the Summer Wine

This year as summer wound down, and fall began to creep in we had an unwelcome egg thief. Which caused me to lose my mind, and rip out the remains of the garden. As I began ripping out the last of the tomatoes and peppers I began to find little hoards of food in the […]

The girls… The Lady Lumps

Whatever you call them I am an absolute advocate for breast health! Regular monthly self exams are vital to knowing your breast. Monthly checks are a great way to identify any change in your breast tissue. If something feels off call your Ob/Gyn. Do not hesitate and do not feel silly. It’s your life we’re […]

When Panic Strikes…

Yesterday at 10:59 a.m. we received THE email from corporate that we’ve all been dreading. By December 8th we MUST all comply and be COMPLETELY VACCINATED. I spent the rest of my day fighting waves of anxiety, tears and anger. I’ve been with this company for almost 20 years, and now it’s over. The Rooster […]

Honey’s Trip to the Market

I guess market is a nicer way of saying the butcher… we’d been wondering when Honey should go into the bacon factory because we are quite honestly clueless and new to the whole hog raising business. Google and/or Bing suggested by his shoulder width he’d be about 300 pounds. By the way he pushed Rooster […]

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